In line with best practice all persons working with children in whatever role with O’Donovan Rossa GAA Club must be vetted by the National Vetting Bureau.  The vetting process involves 3 steps:-

Step 1

Initial Application Process 


Applicants are obliged to provide proof of identity (eg. drivers licence, student card or passport) and proof of the Applicants current residential address (eg. utility bill, address portion of bank statement, credit card statement or credit union statement) which must, before proceeding to Step 2, be emailed to the O’Donovan Rossa GAA Children’s Officer at:-

The items furnished to the Children’s Officer will be retained by the Children’s Officer until the applicants vetting process has been completed.

Step 2

Completing the Vetting Application Form 

Applicants must then complete the GAA on-line E-Vetting Application Form by selecting this Vetting Application Link

When the Applicant selects SUBMIT the Form is sent automatically to the National Vetting Bureau (NVB).

If the Applicant is under 18 years of age a Parental Consent Form (NVB Parents/Guardian Consent Form) must be completed.

Step 3

Completing the NVB Vetting Application Form 

Once Step 2 has been completed the NVB will issue the Applicant with the NVB Vetting Application Form to the email address provided in Step 2.  The Applicant must complete this form.  Completing this Form is a confidential matter between the Applicant and the NVB. 

Once all sections of the Form have been answered and the Form submitted the application process for E-Vetting is complete.

Within a short period of time;

  • The Applicant will be contacted by the GAA to inform him/her of the outcome of the Vetting Application
  • The Club Secretary will be notified by the NVB when the vetting process has been completed.
  • The Club Secretary will notify the Club Children’s Officer who will maintain the information on behalf of the Club.

For additional information on the vetting application process please email

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